Dead But Dreaming
Newsletter #22 - August 2004
Greetings to all you Dead But Dreaming fans! It's time for another update from the band!
First, a heartfelt thanks for all the support our fans have given us over the years, as
well as thanks to the many bands who have helped us out along the way. We couldn't do
this without you!
The band wants to thank everyone who attended the February 28th show at Tommy's in
Seattle. This was the band's final show with guitarist Brett Shanley, and was a
great send off. Thanks also go to our friends in Los Burbanks, a talented Seattle band
and great bunch of guys.
The band has taken a few months off to find a new guitarist, but the wait has been a
short one. After screening and auditioning a number of applicants, Dead But Dreaming is
pleased to announce that Phil Felicia is now lead guitarist for Dead But Dreaming. Phil
brings 20 years of playing experience to the table, perfectly blending fire and feel in
equal portions. The band is extremely pleased with this decision, playing better than
ever, and is looking forward to putting Phil out in front of the crowd.
With that said, DBD is happy to announce two new shows! First up is Thursday, August 12th
at the Green Room of the Showbox. This 21+ show starts at 9pm, with Honeytongue and The
Luna Moth joining DBD on stage. Don't miss the debut gig with guitarist Phil Felicia!
Admission is $5, with a FREE "Mockingbird" CD to all who come to see Dead But Dreaming!
The Showbox is at 1426 1st Ave in downtown Seattle. Directions are below or can be found
Next is the first annual Soul to da Sole music festival, happening Sunday, August 15th at
South Lake Union Park in Seattle. Phil will open the show at 1:30 with a solo acoustic
set, followed by Dead But Dreaming at 2pm. Other bands on the bill are Xanther, Fireside
Syndicate and Goodie Bag. The band will have CDs, shirts, and other goodies available at
the show. Admission is free, with a suggested donation. There will also be food
available, and a beer garden. Don't miss this ALL AGES show! Directions are below or can
be found on www.deadbutdreaming.com.
The band would also like to announce the tentative title for its upcoming full-length
release. "Somnopolis," as it is currently known, is in the early writing stages and will
include such popular crowd favorites as "Stand," "X or the Y," and "October Skies," as
well as possibly a few oldies and definitely some new songs. Stay tuned for further
Be sure to check out the website at www.deadbutdreaming.com for new information and
pictures of the band.
That's it for now from Dead But Dreaming. Keep an eye out for new show announcements, and
we'll see you all at The Showbox on August 12th and South Lake Union Park on August 15th!
Directions to The Showbox:
> From North:
Take the I-5 Union Street exit and follow Union west to 1st Avenue. Take a right on 1st
and look for the Showbox marquee on the right side of the street.
> From South:
Take I-5 to the Seneca Steet exit (#165 from the left side of the freeway) and follow
Seneca west to 1st Avenue. Take a right on 1st and look for the Showbox marquee on the
right side of the street.
> From I-90:
Take Exit 2C (I-5N to Madison St./Convention Place/Vancouver BC). Take ramp toward
Madison St./Convention Place. Take a left on Madison St. Take a right on First Avenue and
look for the Showbox marquee on the right side of the street.
Directions to South Lake Union Park:
> From Northbound or Southbound I-5:
Take the Mercer St. exit towards the Seattle Center (exit #167). Turn right on Fairview
Ave N, and then turn left on Valley St. After about a block or two, South Lake Union Park
is on your right.